You often see people debating about whether an anomaly is the result of a person morphing or a digital artifact. I think it's both in many cases. Digital media seems to act as an interface to see aspects of "reality" humans can't normally perceive. When a digital signal becomes distorted by some sort of interference, portions of the pixels, which are representations of our world the way we normally see it, are missing data. It's as if portions of their artificial appearance are being removed by the pixelation. I've noticed you see pixelation occurring only around the bodies of certain people and this could have something to do with their artificial appearance disrupting the digital signal during the processing of the signal. To expand upon why we're able to see strange reptilian anomalies displayed on the bodies of people on TV by means of pixelation, a deeper understanding of the people themselves and the nature of reality is required. Do reptilians create an artificial, outward appearance using an innate capability or are they interfacing with human bodies and puppeteering them outside of the reality we perceive?